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Berkey Creamery ‘Flavor Madness’ Bracket Voting Now Open

Berkey Creamery’s seventh-annual “Flavor Madness” bracket is now accepting votes for the 2024 “Scoop Champion” ice cream flavor.

Voting will open every Monday at 10 a.m. and close at noon every Friday for the next four weeks.

The Creamery chose 16 of its current 20-flavor roster to go head to head to be crowned this year’s winning flavor in a bracket-style tournament.

Those who participate in voting will receive a discount code to use on the Berkey Creamery website along with an entry into a drawing for the chance to win six free pints of ice cream. A new winner will be selected at random each week.

Iconic flavors like Death by Chocolate, Grilled Stickies, Peachy Paterno, and Lion Smores are each featured in this year’s bracket. Death by Chocolate has dominated every year, taking home the top prize for the past six years.

The winning flavor will be announced on Friday, April 12, followed by a discount on the winning flavor from April 15 to 19.

To cast your vote and for the complete contest rules, check out the Creamery’s website.

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Evan Halfen

Evan Halfen is a junior broadcast journalism major from Newark, DE, and is one of Onward State's associate editors. Evan loves all things Penn State, tailgating, being loud, just about any beach, and his puppies, Butterscotch and Wentzy. You can direct all your tips, roasts, and jokes to his Instagram: @evan.halfen or email: [email protected]

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